Whats on at the Victorian Extravaganza 2017



North Western Gardens Daily show schedule

George Formby Society
10.30am – 11.15am,1.15pm – 2.00pm,3.45pm – 4.30pm
Andrew Van Buren
11.30pm – 1pm, 2.00pm – 3.30pm
Professor Jon’s Flea Circus
11.15am – 11.30am,1pm – 1.15pm,3.30pm – 3.45pm

Llandudno Bandstand

Happy Faces will be joined by a number of professional entertainers all weekend, come along for a sing song on the prom. 10.30am until 4pm daily

Llandudno Youth Town Band will be performing on the bandstand from 11am on Saturday.

Main Stage Promenade (Saturday)
10.30am - Official opening & May queen Crowning
11.00am - Chris Marley – Juggler
11.30am - Bermo Batala
12 noon - Mighty Wurlitzer Kevin Grunill
12.30pm - Professor Codman’s Punch and Judy Show (in front of the pier entrance)
1pm - Daily Parade (see map for parade route)
2pm - Victorian Dress Competition
2pm - Professor Codman’s Punch and Judy Show (in front of the pier entrance)
2.30pm - Linzi Grace School of Dance
3pm - Mighty Wurlitzer Kevin Grunill
3.30pm - Linzi Grace School of Dance
4pm - Professor Codman’s Punch and Judy Show (in front of the pier entrance)

Main Stage Promenade (Sunday)
11.00am - Alex Fisher, Magician
11.30am - Bermo Batala
12 noon - Mighty Wurlitzer Kevin Grunill
12.30pm - Professor Codman’s Punch and Judy Show (in front of the pier entrance)
1pm - Daily Parade (see map for parade route)
2pm - Victorian Dress Competition
2pm - Professor Codman’s Punch and Judy Show (in front of the pier entrance)
2.30pm - Linzi Grace School of Dance
3pm - The Band & Cor of Drums of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers (Lancashire)
3.30pm - Linzi Grace School of Dance
4pm - Professor Codman’s Punch and Judy Show (in front of the pier entrance)

Main Stage Promenade (Monday)
11.00am - Alex Fisher, Magician
11.30am - Bermo Batala
12noon - Mighty Wurlitzer Kevin Grunill
12.30pm - Professor Codman’s Punch and Judy Show (in front of the pier entrance)
1pm - Daily Parade (see map for parade route)
2pm - Victorian Dress Competition
2pm - Professor Codman’s Punch and Judy Show (in front of the pier entrance)
2.30pm - Linzi Grace School of Dance
3pm - Mighty Wurlitzer Kevin Grunill
3.30pm - Linzi Grace School of Dance
4pm - Professor Codman’s Punch and Judy Show

Out and about
Stage Invaders, stilt walkers SAT/SUN/MON
Alex Fisher, Close-up Magician SUN/MON
Chris Marley, stilt walker and juggler SAT/SUN/MON
Autonomy Street Dance SAT/SUN/MON

Bands to look out for in the daily parade

Saturday
Newtown youth
Clwyd and Gwynedd Army Cadets Corp of Drums
Wirral Pipe Band

Sunday
Newtown youth
Clwyd and Gwynedd Army Cadets Corp of Drums
Wirral Pipe Band
The Band and Cor of Drums of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers (Lancashire)

Monday
Newtown Youth
Bolton Pipe Band

We will be entertained over the weekend by two local choir’s. Cor-y-Penrhyn will be entertaining us on Saturday and Monday Performance at 12.50pm and 2pm both days Tenovus Cancer Care Choir will be entertaining us on Saturday Performance at 12.50pm and 2pm

Both performances will be in a flash mob style so keep an eye out at the start of the parade on Madoc Street and on Mostyn street near the Natwest bank and Yorkshire Building society.


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